Academic Support for students and faculty
Academic Advising Center: Staffed by professional advisers who work primarily with students enrolled in the Division of Undergraduate Studies (DUS) who are exploring major options, provisional students, non-degree students, and students who plan to transition to other University programs and campuses.
Center for Student Achievement: Provides tutoring support students in math, science, writing and study strategies.
Student Disability Resources: Reasonable accommodations are available for students with documented disabilities to provide an equal opportunity to attain the same level of performance or to enjoy benefits that are available to students without disabilities.
Student Success: Our goal is to help you move from your first-year early days through your senior year and applaud your accomplishments as you walk across the graduation stage.
Testing Center: The center provides accommodations for students who need additional time on exams as well as select make up examination times for Abington instructors and exam proctoring for World Campus students.
Instructional Design: Assists faculty in the development of hybrid and online course content for academic programs and individual courses, as well as consultation for instructional technology resources inside and outside the classroom, and Canvas, the learning management system.